Posted On: 04/3/18 11:54 PM
The Class of 2020 rankings are here!
Today’s ten elite point guards follow the original top ten list and the follow-up 11-20 points.
Of course this can all change and rankings are merely a flashpoint of speculation on who will do the most after high school. Still, these players earned their current rankings with play on the court.
If you want to look at the complete rankings, smash here.
Marcus Fitzgerald Jr.
The first player listed is the #21 point guard, but #53 overall player in Tennessee in 2020.
#53 London Stephney (Bearden)
The younger brother of Trent Stephney has a lot to live up to just playing on the top four Knoxville Bearden team. When he is on the floor good things happen. The impact player didn’t get enough minutes to full shine in 2017-2018.
#56 Tariq Daughton (Knoxville Webb School)
Currently a wing, Tariq would make a nice, tall lead guard. He can defend anyone and projects as an elite perimeter defender. The brain works fast and Daughton willingly defers to superstars when needed. He is the ideal team player with ability to star when called upon.
#57 Janias Parram (Jackson South Side)
Currently a wing Janias managed six points and an assist in his Class AA State Quarterfinal debut. He started with an extremely athletic Jackson South Side team and fit right in. Parram thrives with explosive legs.
#60 Tre Carlton (Franklin Centennial)
Sophomore starting point guard Tre Carlton suffered a knee injury in his final playoff game. Centennial leaned on another star, Dusty Williams, in his absence. Carlton has a chance to be special with unbelievable poise and important size for the position.
#61 Dylan Andrews (Lausanne Collegiate)
Dylan plays wonderful fast and knows how to incorporate athletic bigs and wings. His squad advanced to the State Tournament and the experience undoubtedly helped Andrews set new goals.
#62 Logan Neufeld (White House)
Logan is another White House guard with handles and shooting skills. Height will hurt his recruitment, but not his high school production. Next season should be a program year in White House, Tennessee.
#66 Jacobi Wood (Cleveland)
Cleveland’s exit from the playoffs really stunned. Sophomore Jacobi Wood gets two more cracks at it. By the start of Wood’s junior season this ranking will be laughably low.
#68 Cahlib Edwards (Chattanooga Arts & Sciences)
Playing for a small school it is difficult to garner the warranted attention. Still, Arts & Sciences’ Cahlib Edwards was voted most valuable player on the TSSAA All-District 4-A Team.
#69 Dwight DeBerry (Raleigh-Egypt)
At 5-foot-11 Dwight found ways to compete against wonderfully gifted athletes in District 16-AA. Look for him to ascend in 2018.
#72 Luke Etherton (CAK)
Speedy is an understatement. Luke can get up the floor with or without the basketball and bury a bucket in the process.
Is this list no good? Do you disagree? Tweet @PrepHoopsTN and let your complaints known. Share your top 2020 point guards and let the debate begin!